The Campbell & Wong Associates Collection spans the years 1943-1985, documenting the firm's project history and popularity
through news clippings, tear sheets, correspondence, drawings, photographs, slides, and awards. The collection is organized
into three series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, and Project Records.
Worley Wong was born in California in 1912. He attended Saint Mary's College and later studied at the University of California,
Berkeley where he earned his A.B. with honors. During his time at Berkeley, he joined the English club and was a member of
Delta Sigma Chi and Tau Sigma Delta. After graduating, Wong worked as an architect for the US Maritime Commission, Henry Kaiser
Shipyard Facilities, and Langhorst and Langhorst Architects, before starting Campbell & Wong Associates with John Carden Campbell
3 Linear Feet:
3 cartons, 1 flat file.
All requests for permission to publish, reproduce, or quote from materials in the collection should be discussed with the
The Collection is open for research. Many of the Environmental Design Archives collections are stored offsite and advance
notice is required for use.